What do you mean by good? Find a car you like, test drive it, if you still like it have a mechanic inspect it for you so you know what your buying. If it checks out, negotiate a price, get financing and drive it home.
Tom, I will explain clearly, i looked for a used 2015 200 S chrysler which runs 6108 miles. And the price of the car seems to be fine. Two things put me in dilemma not to purchase the car. 1) Found that chrysler will stop making the 200 series production. 2) In carfax report, the owner mentioned as Dealer Inventory and not a personal vehicle. Will dealer inventory vehicle means its a test drive vehicle.
If you are really interested in the Chrysler 200, work your best deal on a 2016! The resale value will be better than the 2015 and they need to sell the 2016 models as well. You might want to look at other makes and models as well.
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